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KIM KARDASHIAN – THE ATKINS DIET

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THE STORY BEHIND…

Kim Kardashian’s post-baby Atkins Diet is in full force with this lavish spread. She’s been an internet and tv sensation over the last decade and people either love or hate her. This struggle is further exemplified by the Chrysanthemums – in Japan these serve as a symbol of the Emperor and the Imperial family, whereas in Italy these traditionally signify death. Pick and choose your side. By the way, have you found Yeezus yet?

This work is inspired by Pieter Claesz’s Still Life with Turkey Pie (1627) and Breakfast Still Life with a Ham and a Basket of Cheese (1627).

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Dan Bannino is an Italian-born photographer whose work has been aptly described as ‘Pop-Baroque’ or ‘Pop-Renaissance’. He combines influences coming from the Old Masters and the rich cultural inheritance of his native Italy with inspiration drawn from the world of contemporary pop culture displayed on the internet or TV.

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Kim Kardashian’s post-baby Atkins Diet is in full force with this lavish spread. She’s been an internet and tv sensation over the last decade and people either love or hate her. This struggle is further exemplified by the Chrysanthemums – in Japan these serve as a symbol of the Emperor and the Imperial family, whereas in Italy these traditionally signify death. Pick and choose your side. By the way, have you found Yeezus yet?

This work is inspired by Pieter Claesz’s Still Life with Turkey Pie (1627) and Breakfast Still Life with a Ham and a Basket of Cheese (1627).